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Day 2 – Friday 21st November 2003


Keynote Speech

From Global Sport to Community Benefits - achieving government agendas through high profile events:- A look at the 2012 UK Olympic bid and Special Olympics World Games 2003.

Speakers: Mr Keith Mills (CEO, London 2012)
            Mary Davies (CEO, Special Olympics World Games Ireland)


Case Studies A Panel Interview on living the experience of major sporting achievements
Hosted by: John Daly with special guests

1. Governing Bodies Delivering Sport at the Heart of the Community - can it be sustained in the long term?
Chair: Gearoid Ferrick (IRFU)


2. Major Events, Their Development and Legacy - are they worth it?
Chairs: Eamonn McCartan (SCNI) and Mervyn Elder (Events Company)


3. The Long Term Care and Development of Children in Sport - what has been the impact of the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for children’s sport?
Chairs: Ann Marie Hughes (ISC) and John News (SCNI)


4. Training to Win - a look at the UK’s and Ireland’s plans for Athens.
Chairs: John Treacy (ISC) and Richard Callicott (UKSC)
(Click on names to get separate presentations)


5. Coaching Developments and the Long Term Athlete Development Model - what will be the impact on coaching throughout the Island of Ireland?
Chairs: Pat Duffy (NCTC) and John Stevens (SCUK)
(Click on names to get separate presentations)


6. Establishing Long Term Partnerships to Ensure Community Benefit from Educational Facilities - can this model work in Ireland?
Chairs: Fiona Coyne (ISC) and Steve Grainger (Youth Sport Trust)


7. Long Term Athlete Development - developing a sports specific plan.
Chair: Istvan Balyi (AT+P Ltd)





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